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Friday, June 22, 2007

Diningroom again....

I am finally painting the inside of my diningroom china cupboard! It has only taken me months to get around to it.....I will share the after pictures later...I am also trying to weed out some dishes or glassware....but I find it so hard! As the photos show, I have lots of jugs, dishes, glasses, even a soup toureen...and I love every piece.

I have a temporary book-shelf in the diningroom and the stuff on the top is my maybe pile.....the worst thing is the painful headaches I get when I paint....horrible! So, I have to muster up the enthusiasm to endure another bad headache as I add another coat of paint!


However, it will be nice to get this project done and then finally move onto the dining table...I can't wait to paint it and add new material to the seats...well actually I can wait on the work, but I can't wait to see the end result!



6 comments:

Heidi said...

I love that cupboard!! Can't wait to see the end result. Anything you do to your house makes it sparkle with new life. But then you have a great house to start with.

onelittlemustardseed said...

Thanks...I was just playing with different wrapping papers to line the shelves with...I'm hunting for the perfect one!

Soon you will be decorating and nesting in your new home!

restyled home said...

Hey Wen,
Can't wait to see the cupboard all done. It will be beautiful!! Don't forget about the option of using scrapbooking papers as liners...so many more pattern choices!!
Hope the flooring install is going well!
Linda

onelittlemustardseed said...

Hah...I went out tonight to do just that....but the Great Canadian had nothing! I am going to go to a scrap book store or maybe Micheals to see what they have.

Andy is starting the floors tomorrow!

restyled home said...

If you are in Michaels, check out the new Martha Stewart Collection...heavenly, but pricey. I picked up some glitter that is the exact colour of my living room walls. Hmmm...what to do with it...

Cottage Magpie said...

Yay! I can comment now! Thank you! -- That dining room built-in is so cute, I can't wait to see more. I have the same problem with paint, but I've discovered that if I wear a dust mask or even a respirator mask that I don't get headaches! If I can't smell the fumes, they don't hurt my head. Have you tried anything like that? ~A :-)